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Table of Contents
Journal of Indo-European Studies
Volume 25, 1997
Articles are listed in page order, followed by reviews (if
any). The creator of this new Table of Contents has attempted
to "standardize" author names (e.g., by providing first names
where only initials appeared); corrections are welcome.
N.B. Our Journal of Indo-European Studies online index
includes volumes 1 (1973) through 38 (2010). When we began
publishing our index, JIES maintained no index of its
own; but now that JIES has begun publishing an index, we
anticipate that volume 38 will be the last in our series.
- Beekes, Robert S. P., "Historical Phonology of Iranian," p. 1.
- Kossian, Aram V., "On Anatolian-Urartian Linguistic Contacts," p. 27.
- Lea, Anne E., "Lleu Wyllt: An Early British Prototype of the Legend of the Wild Man?" p. 35.
- Niepokuj, Mary, "Requests for a Hearing in Norse and Other Indo-European Languages," p. 49.
- Manaster Ramer, Alexis, "Nostratic from a Typological Point of View," p. 79.
- Shields, Kenneth, Jr., "On the Pronominal Origin of the Indo-European Athematic Verbal Suffixes," p. 105.
- Colarusso, John, "Proto-Pontic: Phyletic Links between Proto-Indo-European and Proto-Northwest Caucasian," p. 119.
- Drews, Robert, "PIE Speakers and PA Speakers," p. 153.
- Polomé, Edgar C., "Book Chronicle," p. 179.
- Østmo, Einar, "Horses, Indo-Europeans and the Importance of Ships," p. 285.
- Davis-Kimball, Jeannine, "Sauro-Sarmatian Nomadic Women: New Gender Identities," p. 327.
- Braarvig, Jens, "Horses and Ships in Vedic and Old Greek Material," p. 345.
- Jordán-Cólera, Carlos, "The Etymology of Insula, Aestus and Aestuarium," p. 353.
- Danka, Ignacy Ryszard & Krysztof Tomasz Witczak, "Indo-European *k'wnHos and Its Meanings in the Neolithic and Post-Neolithic Times," p. 361.
- Takács, Gábor, "Note on the Origin of PIE *pes- 'Penis'," p. 371.
- Greppin, John A. C., "A Note on Georgian USX- and Indo-Europeanisms in the Kartvelian Languages," p. 383.
- Pulju, Tim, "Indo-European *dA > *dh," p. 387.
- Schmalstieg, William R., "The Origin of the Neuter Nominative-Accusative Singular in *-OM," p. 401.
- Huld, Martin E., "The Loins of Antimachus," p. 409.
- Brosman, Paul W., Jr., "Confirmation Concerning Two Aspects of Hittite Gender," p. 415.
- Sen, Subhadra Kumar, "Unrequited Love: East and West," p. 417.
- Polomé, Edgar C., "Book Chronicle," p. 419.